It Wasn't Kevin Hart's Homophobic Tweets That Doomed His Oscars Hosting Gig
5 monthes ago - By Slate
If you've been away from the news cycle for the past few days, a quick recap: Kevin Hart was hosting the Oscars. Now he's not.
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